Just now, I came across this question: Structure AWS environment following best practices
I have recently completed "AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2019" from aCloud.Guru. The course essentially gives you an idea of the different AWS services and some best practices for using along with some practical examples which you can follow along with e.g. deploy Wordpress site to AWS.
Ultimately I'm now left with some knowledge but no "real" experience. My goal is to deploy a default install of nopCommerce 4.20 and have an environment that would be useful for a small business. My idea is to use AWS Organisations and have 4 accounts managing specific tasks - each account with have the minimum privileges to complete its role. - dev would have write only into global (to pass logs)
What I would like to know is what should I take in to consideration to work out if i'm missing anything? or is there anything that you would usually expect to see in this type of setup, that I have missed of my design?
Should security have a separate account and if so what services should I include?
Finally I am trying to keep costs as low as possible so need to trying to keep an eye on costs so some options are defiantly out. I want to mimic a business environment but this will be coming out of my own pocket so my options have a some limitations
The person who asked obviously put some time into writing that. They even made a diagram. It's not spam. It's not abusive. It's not a homework question. Looking at the user's profile, they've currently got 1.3k rep on Stack Overflew, so they aren't a clueless newbie either.
Is the question on topic? Probably not, but that's not what I am asking about. The question currently has a score of -2, with three close votes. And no comments. Nothing. Not a word to this user, new to Software Engineering, but not Stack Overflow, about what they did wrong.
How do people expect that would make someone feel? Welcomed? Or that this is an exclusive place where the cold shoulder and the silent rejection is the norm.
My suspicion is that we'll never see tony09uk here again. Is that the best outcome here? Is that what the users on this site want? If someone spent twenty minutes crafting a well intentioned post, don't they deserve more than silence?
I think it might be worth people's whole to peruse the user's history and see how they were received on other stack exchange sites. It doesn't particularly reflect well on this one.
This question is explicitly NOT asking why the question was closed or downvoted.